Return of the Special One?…Mourinho wants to return to Chelsea

He is one of the best directors of the 21st century. He did not stand out as a player, but rose to the top as a leader. After taking the baton at Portugal’s ‘prestigious’ Benfica, he took over as manager of Porto in 2002, and the ‘myth’ began from this time. In the 2003-04 season, he announced his presence while achieving the famous ‘Treble’ and came to 토토사이트 Chelsea, which was emerging as an emerging powerhouse in the Roman Abramovich system.

That was the first relationship between Jose Mourinho and Chelsea. The result was successful. He lifted the English Premier League (EPL) and the English Football League Cup (EFL Cup) in his first year in office, and he defended the league title in the 2005-06 season as well. After leaving Chelsea at the end of September 2007, he went through Inter Milan and Real Madrid to add trophies to Italian Serie A, UEFA Champions League (UCL) and Spanish La Liga.

And in June 2013, a more mature coach Mourinho returned to Chelsea. After spending the first year as a military officer, he announced the ‘return of the king’ by lifting the EPL and EFL Cup in the 2014-15 season, which was the second year. However, as in his first year, trouble arose during his third year and he left Chelsea midway through the season.

After that, he went through Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur, but he did not show the same impact as before, and after a 3-month break, he took the command of AS Roma. Little by little ‘debris’

He is leading Roma this season as well. Currently in 6th place in the league, it is a bit far from the championship, but it is not a bad achievement. The team may be satisfied, but Mourinho is dissatisfied. Because his financial support is absurdly small. After winning the European Championship, he had his eye on several players last summer. That’s how Paulo Dybala and Andrea Belotti came as free agents (FA) and achieved a squad reinforcement. In addition, Maddie Camara, Jorginho Wijnaldum, and Jeki Selig joined.

However, the actual amount invested was small. Based on the football statistics media ‘TransferMarkt’, Roma spent only 8.5 million euros (approximately 11.4 billion won) on transfer fees. It was an amount that barely exceeded the prize money of the UECL championship.

When there was no reward for his achievements, manager Mourinho expressed his dissatisfaction. According to the British media ‘Daily Mail’, manager Mourinho was dissatisfied with the lack of financial support despite his performance last season, and it was said that he wanted to return to the EPL. His spokesperson also revealed that Mourinho is interested in returning to Chelsea and that his wife and child live in London as one of the reasons he wants to return.